The Aura is a field of energy radiating outwards from the body into the space surrounding it. The complete human aura consists of different and intermingling energies vibrating at a characteristic resonance or vibration. The complete aura includes the physical, pranic, astral and spiritual bodies. 

The auras of the pranic and astral bodies are generally clear or opaque. The aura associated with the physical body can provide an indication of physical health and usually extends around 60cm from the body. Within this the auras associated with the mental principles (instinctive mind, intellectual mind and spiritual mind) are associated with colour and can provide insights into the mental state of a person.  

The colours of the spectrum (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet) can all be present. The colour red at one end vibrates the lowest energetic frequency with violet at the other end vibrating at the highest. Each colour in the spectrum can range from dark and dirty shades to  be almost translucent; the more translucent a colour the more spiritual and less material the thoughts that produce it.

Red is associated with instinctive mind, a dark red associated with the lowest type of thought vibrations, for example anger, hatred, sensuality or animal passion. A clear red can denote courage. 

Yellow is associated with intellect, communication, learning. Dark and dirty yellow indicate conceit or pride whilst a golden yellow is associated with spiritual wisdom. 

People with orange in their aura  (a combination of red and yellow) often display arm and friendly personalities and an optimistic outlook. 

Dark or dirty green is associated with envy and jealousy. A clear green is a sign of tolerance, politeness. 

Blue is the colour of religious conviction and a translucent blue is the colour of spiritual love. Indigo sits between blue and violet, the latter associated with either material or spiritual power depending on the shade.

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